ENFILADE EN PALISSANDRE, GIANFRANCO FRATTINI, BERNINI EDITION (1957)
Enfilade by Gianfranco Frattini in rosewood published in 1957 by Bernini. 3 curtain shutters opening upwards revealing 4 drawers and 2 shelves.
Length : 82.68 in / 210 cm
Height : 28.74 in / 73 cm
Width : 20.87 in / 53 cm
Weigth : 132.28 lb / 60 kg
Categories: Twentieth century design, Storage
Year of publication: 1957
Materials: Structure and veneer in rosewood, opening on the front by three curtain shutters on a series of drawers and shelves. Base lined with bands in relief.
State: Consistent with age and usage.
Designer: Gianfranco Frattini (1926 – 2004) was an Italian designer. After working for his mentor Gio Ponti, he collaborated with Cesare Cassina in 1954, as well as with many manufacturers such as Bernini, Arteluce, Artemide or Livio Castiglioni with whom he designed his famous Boalum lamp. His career is focused on architecture and industrial design creating furniture and lighting for his interiors.
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